Lane Kenworthy, Yu-Sung Su, and I write: Income inequality in the United States has risen during the past several decades. Has this produced an increase in partisan voting differences between rich and poor? We examine trends from the 1940s thr...

Lane Kenworthy, Yu-Sung Su, and I write: Income inequality in the United States has risen during the past several decades. Has this produced an increase in partisan voting differences between rich and poor? We examine trends from the 1940s thr...

Our article (by Yu-Sung, Jennifer, Masanao, and myself, and based also on work with Kobi, Grazia, and Peter Messeri) will be appearing in the Journal of Statistical Software, in a special issue on missing-data imputation. Here's the abstract: ...

As part of our Red State, Blue State research, we developed statistical tools for estimating public opinion among subsets of the population. Recently Yu-Sung Su, Yair Ghitza, and I applied these methods to see where school vouchers are more or...

Sandra McBride writes: My current model (in Winbugs) runs very slowly on my very slow laptop, so I am getting a new desktop. Here are some questions in the hopes of speeding up my model: Is Winbugs or Openbugs multithreaded?...

David Afshartous writes, What is the difference between sim() and mcsamp(), if any? If there is a difference, what should I expect in terms of difference in results? My reply:...

Yu-Sung writes,...

Samantha Ross writes:...

This (by Aleks, Grazia, Yu-Sung, and myself) is really cool. Here's the abstract: We propose a new prior distribution for classical (non-hierarchical) logistic regression models, constructed by first scaling all nonbinary variables to have mea...

Aleks pointed me to this site by Alexander Genkin, David D. Lewis, and David Madigan that has a program for Bayesian logistic regression. It appears to allow some hierarchical modeling and can fit very large datasets. I haven't tried it... ...

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